Surprise! Eating meat is still bad for the planet.
Income inequality is always structural.
Pearlstein: The $786 million question: Does Steve Schwarzman — or anyone — deserve to make that much? https://t.co/ljRNloZWhX pic.twitter.com/Ld4i8nrSyW— 🙀 (@rgbrb) January 6, 2019
It's true, I should have cut my mother off sooner; I didn't, for my dad. And I'm far from glad she's in her current state, but I'm very glad she's no longer in a position to constantly terrorize everyone around her.
Jill Filipovic is on fire here, but this, from McSweeney's, is *everything*:
Always read Robin Givhan, whether's she's fashion-reporting or rocking fashion sociology:
On the topic of fashion criticism, see my thoughts on puffer jackets.
This was brought to my attn by someone who was offended by it, but I’d like to tell u why it doesn’t offend me (beyond the fact that it doesn’t critique women who choose puffercoats (I’m not one of those women, & it’s not bc I have “no self-esteem”). https://t.co/g3eqc1QaHK— 🙀 (@rgbrb) January 7, 2019
WashPo discovered unrefined sunflower oil and I had thoughts (read the whole thread).
“Is here”? Now I get how Vietnamese people feel when Americans write about having “discovered” pho.— 🙀 (@rgbrb) January 20, 2019
Also, $10? Even inadequate DC-area Russian stores have it for less than half that
Nutty, buttery, cold-pressed sunflower oil is here & ready to be tasted. https://t.co/fSCJbIUWfA
Have some periodic-table porn.
2019 is International Year of the Periodic Table, marking 150 years since Dmitry Mendeleev's Periodic System. This beautiful arrangement of the elements comes from May 1949's @LIFE magazine feature on The Atom. The full issue is here: https://t.co/Mv7pRIFT7d pic.twitter.com/gH4MF4bKQG— Paul Coxon (@paulcoxon) January 1, 2019
Polar bear meets camera.